Calendar of ILP-related events
The Fourth International Workshop on Inductive Logic Programming (ILP94)
September 12 - 14, 1994, Bad Honnef/Bonn, Germany
Call for Papers (Short Version)
Originating from the intersection of Machine Learning and Logic
Programming, Inductive Logic Programming (ILP) is an important
and rapidly developing field that focuses on theory, methods,
and applications of learning in relational, first-order logic
representations. ILP94 is the fourth in a series of international
workshops designed to bring together developers and users of ILP in
a format that allows a detailed exchange of ideas and discussions.
Reflecting the growing maturity of the field, ILP94 for the first
time will offer a systems and application exhibit as an opportunity
to demonstrate the practical results and capabilities of ILP.
ILP94 will take place in Bad Honnef, a small resort town close to
Bonn in the Rhine valley and adjacent to the Siebengebirge nature
park. Participants will be able to take advantage of Bad Honnef's
vicinity to medieval castles and of the new wine season that starts
at the time of the workshop.
Submission of papers
Reflecting the broadening scope of the field, ILP94 invites papers
covering the three main aspects of ILP, namely inductive data
analysis and learning in first-order representations, inductive
synthesis of non-trivial logic programs from examples, and inductive
tools for software engineering. Please submit four paper copies of
your paper to the workshop chair
GMD, I3.KI, Schloss Birlinghoven, 53757 Sankt Augustin, Germany.
E-Mail: email@example.com, Fax:+49/2241/14-2889 Tel: +49/2241/14-2670
to be received on or before May 31, 1994. Length of papers should
be reasonable and adequate for the topic, but no more than 20 pages.
Please use LaTeX if at all possible. Authors will be notified of
acceptance or rejection until July 15, 1994, and camery-ready copy
will be due on August 9, 1994. Accepted papers will be published
as a GMD technical report to be distributed at the workshop and
officially available to others from GMD afterwards. Publication of
an edited book is planned for after the workshop.
Francesco Bergadano (Italy) Ivan Bratko (Slovenia)
Wray Buntine (USA) William W. Cohen (USA)
Luc de Raedt (Belgium) Koichi Furukawa (Japan)
Jorg-Uwe Kietz (Germany) Nada Lavravc (Slovenia)
Stan Matwin (Canada) Stephen Muggleton (UK)
Celine Rouveirol (France) Claude Sammut (Australia)
A full call for papers can be obtained via anonymous
FTP from the ML Archive at GMD (server ftp.gmd.de, file
/MachineLearning/general/CallsForPapers/ilp94.ascii or .ps). To
receive the complete registration brochure as soon as it is
available, please send E-Mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, specifying your name
and address, E-Mail, Fax, and (if you know) whether you intend to
submit a paper.